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Sincerity, Awkwardness, & Some Reasonably Big News

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Dave and I are back recording in Nashville after our adventures in Minneapolis, and I’ve been a bit concerned about something of late: have we become too sincere? Listen in as we also discuss:

  • Why comedy directors do a great job directing dramatic films
  • What are a few leadership books we’ve found actually helpful
  • Why Dave is cleaning out his office

A few of the books we mentioned on this episode:

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